AIM is 24 years-old! To celebrate, our head of equity strategy Lee Wild and head of markets Richard Hunter discuss why it can be a happy hunting ground for investors, and how to do it successfully.
AIM was launched in 1995, has a combined market capitalisation of more than £70 billion, and is home to success stories, including ASOS (LSE:ASC) and Domino’s Pizza (LSE:DOM).
While AIM shares promise big returns and may have inheritance tax benefits, interactive investor’s head of equity strategy Lee Wild and head of markets Richard Hunter discuss the market, and explain how investors can limit risk.
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